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the celebrities here in america are involved. we got to go. next on the side, dana joins us all the way live from the congo. she is giving us an update on her amazing hope and healing in africa. that's after the break. don't go away. ♪ (woman) this place has got really good chocolate shakes. (growls) (man) that's a good look for you. (woman) that was fun. (man) yeah. (man) let me help you out with the.. (woman)...oh no, i got it. (man) you sure? (woman) just pop the trunk. (man vo) i may not know where the road will lead, but... i'm sure my subaru will get me there. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. . >> welcome back now. join us from the congo our good friend dana, the world's largest charity hospital ship. dana, how has it been? okay. it looks like she'll get it. >> all right. you got to love it. >> dana, can you hear me? >> hi. >> go ahead. tell us about your trip. >> i there tell you about my trip. i miss you all terribly. it was a long trip to get here to the congo, but it's been an amazing few days on the mercy ship. one thing i want to say so everything clears. this i
beckel, david webb, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." well, he was the only person jailed after terrorists stormed our consulate on 9/11 in benghazi, despite having nothing to do with the attack. the filmmaker has given a new interview, and he says he wants the world to see the truth about islamist extremists. but first, the terror attack that killed four americans. >> we have seen rage and violence direct at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. >> it is in response to a video, a film, that we have judged to be reprehensible and disgusting. >> of course, as you know there was a violent protest outside our embassy, sparked by this hateful video. >> the crude and disgusting video sparked outrage through the muslim world. >> na cue a is in federal custody in california. he has spoken to the daily caller. he says, quote, i am not afraid, i want the world to see the truth, i have many muslim friends. they do not believe in terrorism culture like many others. we have to keep fighting against this culture to pr
with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and brian kilmeade. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." as the summer races forward, so does the race debate in america. stand your ground gave way to stop and frisk, now "the butler" hottest movie of the summer has a director that says america is more racist since president obama took office than before. more on that in a moment. first, we know the zimmerman trial ended weeks ago. i was stunned when i saw a brand new political attack ad which reenac reenacts the night trayvon martin crossed paths with george zimmerman. it is dramatic, provocative, is it fair. before we show the ad, we must warn you it is dramatic. beware if you have kids, especially younger kids watching. >> are you following him? >> yeah. >> okay, we don't need you to do that. >> okay. all right, sir, what is your name? >> george. >> he is yelling help? >> yes. there's gunshots. get down! >> who is saying they shot who. >> a guy is raising his hands up, saying he shot the person. >> kg, this group called coalition to stop gun violence. using actual 911 tapes to re
, and dana perino. it's 5:00 and this is "the five." moments ago president obama wrapped up his first solo news conference since april 30th. he touched on a number of topics, including the nsa, surveillance, privacy, snowden, putin, drone strike, obama karks republicans shutting down the government, benghazi, the next fed chair, immigration, and the olympics. here are some highlights. >> i wanted to ask you about your evolution on the surveillance issues. why should the public trust you on this issue? >> where we can prevent a terrorist attack, where we can get information ahead of time that we're able to carry out that critical task. >> is he a patriot? you just used those words. >> no, i don't believe he's a patriot. >> do you believe al qaeda has been decimated? >> al qaeda is on its heals, has also been decimated and what else i said is they have me as the ta sized into regional groups that can pose significant dangers. >> september 11th will be the first anniversary of benghazi and you said on september 12th, make no mistake, we'll bring justice to those people. where are they? >> i a
naps on the sun deck of her barbie dream house, dana perino. it is 5:00 in new york city. we're open for business! 20 embassies across the globe are closed this weekend due to terror chatter. not really across the globe, in certain parts of the globe. let me put it this way, if you're in a place christians are welcome, you're okay. so they're closed for fear of attack, which makes me wonder what movie is responsible for this? sharknado? smurfs 2? i bet al qaeda was deceased. they're the paul mccartney of terror groups, their death was a hoax. if al qaeda is no longer serious threat, what constitutes a serious one, this? these or this. if al qaeda was no longer a threat, anthony weiner was no longer a perv. look, i am not making light of this, i never thought al qaeda was dead and i wish valerie jarrett, i mean president obama, had been right the first time. the threat is alive and well, which sensible people knew all along. the scary parts aren't really the threats, but that officials say our response to the threat is a lesson learned from benghazi. the lesson is close up shop becaus
washington. guilffoyld and bob beckel and she naps on the deck of her malibu barbie dream house with dana perino. it is 5:00 and we are open for business. 20 embassies across the globe are closed this weekend due to terror chatter. well, not really across the globe, in certain parts of the globe. let me put it this way, if you are anywhere christians are welcome, you are okay. so they are closed for fear of attack, what movie is responsible for this? shark nato? "smores 2"? -- "smores 2"? but they don't just raise questions, they also raise the dead. i thought al-qaeda was deceased. now i realize it is the paul mccartney of terror groups and their death was a hoax. if al-qaeda is no longer a serious threat what constitutes a serious one? this? these? this? if al-qaeda was no longer a threat anthony wiener was no longer a perv. i am not making light of this. i never thought al-qaeda was dead and i wish valerie jarod -- i mean president obama was right the first time. but the scary part report really the threats, but that officials say our response to the threats is a lesson learned from be
is making its case loudly, the question is is washington listening? dana bash is cnn's chief congressional correspondent, a reporter in the worldwide reporting hall of fame. dana, the senate passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill. it stalled in the house right now. but here's what senator chuck schumer said on cnn's "new day." >> we would much prefer a big comprehensive bill, but any way that the house can get there is okay by us. i actually am optimistic that we will get this done. >> he's now talking about the possibility of supporting a piecemeal approach. that seemed like a marker of sorts. how do you see this shaking out? >> it was a marker. certainly that's the way it's being perceived by house republican leadership sources who i've spoken to about that. the only catch is that he is, you know, putting out an olive branch saying that if republicans want to pass immigration in the process of splitting it up in smaller bills, that's fine. he's moving away from his whole idea of comprehensive immigration reform. but here's the but and it's a big but, what they're not going to go
is a complete fraud. it's weird. i just said that. no one stood up and cheered. when republican congressman dana rohrabacher said it at a tea party event other day, the crowd went wild. why climate denialism and global government conspiracy is a fan favorite of the right wing base. >>> plus, pouring smirnoff vodka into the streets. international outrage over anti-gay raws in russia is justifiably growing. how much is at stake coming. >>> we begin with 30 years of tough on policies and laws starting to unrival. sea change movement for criminal justice and race. today speaking to the american bar association, attorney general eric holder announced in low-level non-violent drug cases federal prosecutors will be instructed to leave out the amount of an illegal substance in their criminal complaint in order to avoid triggering federal mandatory minimums. a move that could be the start of a truly seismic shift in federal drug policy. in new york, a landmark decision on the stop and frisk practice of the nypd. this morning the federal district judge found nypd stop and frisk program violates the consti
talk show host dana lesch and democratic strategist penny lee. ladies, good evening. dana, penny, good to see you both. >> thank you, david. >> do you know where samantha power was? >> i don't. do i think that we're perhaps owed an explanation from the administration. however, i'm a little in this case it's a little bit odd for me. because i'm hesitant to actually blame samantha power for this. to me it seems if you look at what she said after she was nominated for this post, during the confirmation hearing, she was really pressing immediate action on the part of the u.n. in syria. if you look at how she held a twitter town cal last week she was tweeting about this yesterday as well this. is something that has been pressing upon her for a long time. she wanted to see some action. so when she's not there at this meeting and she send a substitute that's been basically the place holder, a career diplomat, nothing against rosemary decarlo but her focus has not been in the same places that samantha power has been. to me it seems that the president is blinking. he did not want to have to fac
twitter on fire. dana is here with us. nice to see you. >> thanks, greta, for having me back. >> and let me -- >> wow. >> let me guess, you loved it, right? >> you know, yeah, i guess if you like a nightmare that involves teddy ruxpin and vera de milo's character from the 1990s, if you throw all those things together, it was wonderful. i've never seen anything like that. greta, there's two things that miley needs. everyone in america can agree on, jesus and squats. >> i guess i didn't follow her career very much. i just thought, well, this looks like hollywood. this is the kind of junk we're seeing. if you have a history with her and watched her grow up, you're more scandalized than the rest of us, you know, this is never going to clean up at this point. >> well, yeah, and the thing with this, greta, is i don't -- you don't have to be shocking for the sake of shock in order to be artistic. it seems a lot of entertainment thinks vulgarity is somehow a substitute for skill or talent and it's not. during the same evening we saw amazing performances from bruno mars and justin timberlake. tha
's dana bash. >> reporter: only few months ago you couldn't turn on the tv without seeing john mccain railing against president obama. >> this president and this administration has either been guilty of colossal imcompetence or engaged in a cover-up. >> reporter: but now, a 180. >> i think there is a more of a desire to work together. >> reporter: suddenly mccain is obama's go-to guy to get things done on immigration, striking a deal allowing confirmation of half a dozen of obama's nominees and now heading to egypt with republican lindsay graham at the president's request. >> we have relationships with many of people in egypt because of our past encounters. >> reporter: back when they were rival for president, it was hard to imagine that obama/mccain -- >> who is the real barack obama? i gue i. >> reporter: in 2008, did you ever think that you would be president obama's republican deal maker? >> no. look, i worked on a lot of issues with president clinton. as well as the republican presidents. so, it's not as if i haven't done this before. >> reporter: he certainly has. it's how m
: rocky mountain mike for some reason has decided to combine turtle sex, dana loesch, cody the screaming dog and barry white. why not? >> because he can. ♪ >> stephanie: that's weird. [dana loesch screaming] >> wow. >> like having sex with mitch mcconnell. >> stephanie: where's cody? there he is. wow! wow! >> okay. >> stephanie: this is saying something but of all of the weird things rocky mountain mike has sent us, that's the weirdest. >> that's the weirdest. ♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ let's give the boy a hand >> stephanie: wow! all right then. so i knew -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] yesterday on "meet the press," what do you call it? gregory, noted tool says does this mean that edward snowden has won? okay. >> yes, he's won fabulous prizes! >> stephanie: right. >> a lifetime supply of borsch maybe. >> stephanie: the president obviously -- and again, we've said this over and over again. should stuff be looked at, yes. but the president said exactly what i thought. >> obama: i don't think snowden was a patriot. as i said in my opening remarks, i called for a thorough review of
. >> stephanie: no, because it's attach today the hat. dana in maryland. good morning, dana. >> caller: good morning. just about what karl is talk about, and i'm so glad it is getting traction, because it is such a human right's issue. and, you know, i saw greg louganis talking about it yesterday -- >> stephanie: he made a big splash, i heard. >> see what you did there. >> stephanie: look at hitler -- >> stephanie: yeah, he started with the gays and the gypsies. >> caller: yeah, i love our athletes and support them to, but i'm with karl, i think there's plenty of time to make backup arrangements. >> the parallels between the olympics and berlin and now are horrifying. >> stephanie: about everybody said hitler will never go that far. >> yeah, and hitler said we'll get the jews in, but just don't make a big stink about it -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> and that's what is going on with the gays today. >> stephanie: yeah, just hush about being gay. i know you tried to drag jim into the hitler thing, and you got nothing. just like i gotting so with greg louganis making a big splash. really? nothing da
be, are not up for debate. cnn's dana bash, our chief congressional correspondent, joins me now. when you look at history, dana, it shows that presidents -- just a reminder. u i any you know this. presidents can launch military action without approval from congress. grenada, '83. pan na, '89. iraq, '91. haiti, '94. kosovo, '99. why a briefing in a couple of hours, dana bash? >> reporter: in short, politics. members of congress, even natural allies of president obama have been demanding coordination. tonight 6:00 p.m. this evening secretaries of state and defense and others will hold a conference call with president obama and other key committee heads to discuss the nation's posture on syria. what's interesting is that lawmakers are not here. they are still back in their states, in their districts on congressional recess. since they're all over the country, some will be on their cell phones. it is not going to be a secure line. meaning it can't be classified. it's going to be an unclassified conversation. one source who's going to be on the call who i talked to kind of rolled his eyes
. let's brang in our chief congressional correspondent dana bash. dana, you just heard jim talk about the vice president of the united states. he goes up to capitol hill and he briefs the leadership, the leadership of the house and i guess the senate, the top people there, including the key members of the intelligence committees. >> i talked to a source who said this is where they were first told by the vice president of the united states and some senior state department officials about this threat which the source who i talked to said was incredibly significant. it was clear from the get-go this was going to be something that caused a lot of concern. i talked to other congressional sources briefed through other avenues and venues who say that this is something that the administration clearly needed to do. you heard jill talk about the fact that this is so sweeping in part because they want to make sure they don't get caught flat-footed like they did in benghazi on 9/11 last year. even republican sources who i talked to say that this is absolutely the right thing to do, appropriate re
strings. >> a lot to talk about with david gergen, chief white house correspondent jessica yellin and dana bash. jessica, we heard the president make this a promise that it's going to become more transparent. he says it was already happening before the snowden leaks. but is that really realistic? >> well, as you point out, wolf, he did say that he wanted more transparency back in may. he said that. that was right before edward snowden's first leak was in june. so his assertion is that the snowden leaks just sped up a process that was going to happen any way. well, we also have to take a bigger look at the big picture, which is did snowden actually lead to these new safeguards he put in place? we know that two democratic senators have been calling for more transparency and even reforms for more than a year now. sn when the head of the intelligence community went before congress, he's admitted now that he was less than truthful in talking about them. so that was all before snowden. would this have happened without snowden? we can't know, the train has left the station, but it does seem to ha
? joining us, the communications director for the republican national committee and dana lash, host and tea party activist and matt, author of the book "the declaration of independents," how libertarianism and politics can fix what's wrong with america. glad to have all of you guys there. >> i know you're sean spicer. i know that any. let me start with you, republicans are fight right now, particularly in the house and senate whether or not to de-fund obamacare even if it means shutting down significant portions of the government. good idea or bad idea? >> in general a good idea. our party is united as far as getting rid of obamacare. we recognize the fact more americans are losing their health care, costs are going up, the problems continue with the implementation of obamacare. what i think we have a robust difference on is the tactic how to make that happen. some people believe we can de-fund it through the continuing resolution process. some people believe you're not able to do that because of the way the funding is structured in terms of mandatory spending. if we can get resolution it s
is on board. what about the other students and their privacy. here with us dana lash, lesley marshall. >> what do we do with the 7-year-old girl who goes into the locker room and there's a 14-year-old boy naked in the locker room because that's where he chooses to be. >> first of all, i don't remember 7 and 14-year-olds being together. but i don't disagree with you on that. >> okay, well, the 10-year-old girl. >> yes, i get it. >> the 10-year-old girl and the 12-year-old boy. >> like i said, i don't envy the governor's having to be in this position to make this decision. and the reason is, although there have been adopted policies in four states, massachusetts, et cetera, in california. this legislation was signed into law by the governor to help reduce the bullying by these transgender children. i'm not sure -- >> well, forget about -- >> i'm not sure what they've done here -- >> .00001%. >> i don't know what kind of crazy world we live in when we decide that the best way to stop bullying is to pass a law where we introduce opposite members of the opposite sex into opposite locker rooms. you'
on the complex political situation facing the president, i want to bring in dana milbank, political columnist for the "washington post." you just heard andrea mitchell talk about the fact you have this president who came into office, elected in large part getting that democratic nomination because of his caution, but this thing is moving, this train's going in one direction, and that's toward military action. >> that's right. he opposed iraq as a dumb war, but by his own terms, he's left himself absolutely no choice here because he said famously that this was the red line. the use of chemical weapons and if there had been any doubt before, his administration has erased that today. it has to be a very serious response, and as andrea was discussing, the only real question is whether it is this surge cal strike or a more intensive air campaign against the syrian regime. nobody's talking about anything beyond air power at this point. the only certainty we have is that whatever this president does, he's going to be criticized for it for doing too much for doing too little, for going with the unite
. the women were treated like crap. >> those were politicians. dana, i want to get you in on this. is this the real war on women? >> this is what is amazing. i am a big admirer of discipline. it is amazing how democrats don't say anything. they know better not to say anything because republicans can stand to be a little more like this. especially -- to your point, the cannibalism on the republican party when somebody does something wrong. i would with rather be for the one who sticks up for something. there are a lot of women in washington, d.c. who would be all over if it was a republican. tomorrow there probably be a republican announced again. he is 70? at what point do these guys slow down? >> i don't know. >> when you can. >> pharmaceutical help. >> there is nothing wrong with that. >> tmi, bob. >> viagra come through, you have something wired and i need to know about it. >>> why a teen is brutally attacked by three black teens on a bus? nothing about viagra. >>> by now you have probably seen or heard about this video i am about to show you. three african-american 16-year-old
completely different in the nsa -- >> but he said it so well. >> day in a, talk about -- dana, what do you think of his remarks? did it come too late? he covered a lot of ground. >> okay. i think it was three weeks too late. i would have said that he should have done this press conference about three weeks ago because when he said that all of these things in washington were phony scandals, one of them that he's talking about is the nsa issue. i have defended the president on all this and i keep asking, could you help us defend you. he did something today, he made very clear he's gog have four-point plan and talked about the four-point plan. it's amazing when you have unemployment at what it is, the part-time jobs issue, he wants to talk about the middle class and he's talking about section 215 of the patriot act? we are down way, way, way down in the weeds. i think again, he could have done it three weeks ago. i would have said he should have done more about the middle class up at the top. i don't think the announcement needed to be about this. >> before he got smacked around by the presid
to cover every angel of it beginning with dana >>> top obama officials insisted to lawmakers on the thursday night conference call they have no doubt ba sar assad's regime in syria was behind deadly chemical attacks there. secretaries of state, defense and others backed that up by revealing to lawmakers that the u.s. intercepted communications from a high level syrian official, which clearly indicates they were responsible for these weapons, that according to congressman el yol engel who participated in the call. though obama insists no decisions have been made, cnn is also told they privately made clear to lawmakers that chemical weapons in syria is such a threat the u.s. could engage with or without support from great britain. bob corker emerged from briefings thursday announcing support for surgical proportional military strikes, given the evidence of continued use of chemical warfare. bob menendez reaffirmed his support saying a decisive and consequential u.s. response is justified and warranted. . others argued the president still has to come before congress and the amer
. this came during a meeting with a delegation of syrian expatriates. dana bash is joining us on the phone. we know there have been some conference calls between the white house and republicans and democrats. what are you hearing? >> that's right. they're going to take place our understanding is in a couple hours with at least on the senate side with republicans and democrats, but we also just learned that tomorrow, that's sunday, the white house is offering or at least administration officials are offering to come to capitol hill on a sunday to offer a classified briefing on the intelligence that the u.s. has on syria's chemical weapons to any and all members who are in town. sunday is labor day weekend. unclear how many will be able to make it in but it's significant for several reasons. one is that members of congress have been real chomping at the bit to get, understandably, to get information in a classified way that makes them feel comfortable that any kind of military strikes would be justified, but also this is just tea leaf reading here, it might be questionable whether or not they wo
, as opposed to the nsa surveillance program. dana, what is the reaction on capitol hill? i know the lawmakers are in recess, on vacation, the president is going on vacation tomorrow but we saw what speaker bayner said, suggesting the president was concerned about saving face than defending the programs. >> that's right. look, i mean, this is kind of the one issue or few issues, i should say where republicans are supportive of the president. this nsa program they say has been helpful and they have been kind of his biggest cheerleaders on this while the democrats, many of the democrats, as jessica was just talking to, leading liberal democratic senators have been maybe the most vocal in terms of criticism. this changed that a little bit. but one thing i would say about peter king, one of the lawmakers you were talking about, he said the president is on an apology tour. that illustrates the flight within the republican party because peter king, as you know is making noise about being president and he's trying to push the wing of the republican party that is more hockish against those on the repu
those represent, conservatives do not? >> that is a big part of -- dana rohrabacher was just speaking a few days ago where he basically tipped his hand in this. it's basically if the planet is warming then we'll need government intervention. because we don't like government intervention, ergo the planet cannot be warming. and it's a reverse engineered logic that gets them to opposing it. >> polls show it's a pressing issue for americans, an issue you examine in the documentary. let's take a look at your work. >> according to a recent gallup poll, only one-third of americans are greatly worried about climate change. what can possibly explain this apathy when 99.8% of scientific study support the existence of human-caused global warming? well, some of the credit goes to the so called experts who peddle dubious science to counter any government attempt to tackle the issue, the deniers. >> if you do nothing about this at all, for the whole of the next 23 years, the worst that will happen, using the u.n.'s own estimates, is a one fahrenheit degree warming, which will be largely harmless an
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